This place might be one of the most distant museums in Warsaw (based near the Wilanów Palace, also in the middle of a posh residential area of Warsaw) but it is definitely worth looking at. It is a branch of the National Museum (check the Muzeum Narodowe w Warszawie article) consisting of two very interesting one-storey buildings, one of which is leaning on huge grey pencils. The other one is a spacious designer room with a great, wide staircase.
In 2013 the Poster Museum hosted a great exhibition: a retrospective of works by Stefan Norblin (1892-1952), a multi-talented Polish artist (hence the title of the exhibition). There are of course posters, but also paintings of a pre-war society, politicians, influential residents of Warsaw, the USA and India (emigration) where Norblin also accepted a huge commission to paint the whole interior of a Maharaja’s palace – parts of his work were to be seen in the Poster Museum.
Until 16 September the exhibition concerns the year 1968 in Poland.